Consequently, there are always risks involved when infiltrating big buck core areas and comfort zones
In a poll conducted by Greenwald & Associates for New York Life Foundation and Comfort Zone
Camps, one in seven adults said they lost a parent before they were 20 years old, 40 percent recall frequently pretending to be OK so as not to upset their surviving parent, and 63 percent feared their surviving parent would also get sick and die.
Your comfort zone
tends to change more slowly and with greater difficulty as you get older.
I used to have a comfort zone
where I knew I wouldn't fail.
Although this comfort zone
behavior is the source of our success, it also limits our ability to creatively design new actions.
Additionally, provided adequate instrumentation is available, the baking comfort zone
can be utilised by an oven operator at the process control interface to ensure that an appropriate heating profile is being achieved in practice; and also to replicate products in different ovens.
Every manager and supervisor has his or her own comfort zone
One expert testified that the human comfort zone
is between 67 and 78 degrees Fahrenheit, but because inmates are for the most part sedentary, their general comfort zone
is between 72 and 78 degrees.
The campers seemed very willing to attempt activities outside what could be considered their normal comfort zone
including activities that could be deemed 'scary' and activities that are often stereo typed by gender.
The innovator, working outside the comfort zone
and without the safety net, may fail, but the failure may produce more knowledge than the achievement of conventional and expected outcomes.
How to nullify the kick-return specialist by forcing him to work outside of his comfort zone
Every CEO has his or her comfort zone
and you've got to train yourself to get out and accept something that's going to be maybe disruptive to you without crucifying the people who bring that to you.
To find your life's destiny, you must break out of your comfort zone
Accordingly, tax executives need to put change on their firm's radar screen, to put change in their comfort zone
, to embrace change as a way to manage workplace diversity.
Instead of prodding them to match her kinetic dreams, as in the past, Tharp seems to settle much of this new choreography in the current comfort zone
of the dancers.